Mooting

Enhance your employment opportunities as a legal professional, help to build confidence in public speaking and assist in developing research and presentation skills.

Mooting competitions are mock legal hearings in which legal or factual arguments are presented in a hypothetical case before a judge, tribunal member or arbitrator. The internal and external mooting programs, supported by the Law School and the UQ Law Students Association, enable students to develop their research, written and advocacy skills and prepare them for mooting competitions and their professional lives beyond the Law School.

Round 1 – 2017 Competitions

You can participate in a wide range of mooting competitions that will help you develop legal knowledge, research and communication skills, preparing you for professional legal practice.

Competitions

Support mooting

The Law School is seeking donors and sponsors to help us maintain and improve our mooting program.